The $85 million 200 Eye Street SE redevelopment project financed by Bostonia has won multiple awards from various industry organizations, including the Washington Business Journal’s best rehab award and 2012’s deal of the year award.
The project, developed by StonebridgeCarras and completed in 2012, also won NAIOP National‘s sustainable development of the year award and NAIOP DC/MD’s best rehab/reuse award and best sustainable project award, Bostonia announced Oct. 10.
The redeveloped office space facility, a former printing plant, has received the CREW Placemaking award, the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED Platinum Core & Shell and Commercial Interiors and the U.S. Green Building Council National Capital Region’s Awards of Excellence, LEED Core and Shell.
The District of Columbia’s Child and Family Services Agency, Commission on the Arts and Humanities and the Office of the Chief Technology Officer are occupying the LEED Platinum office space under a 20-year lease.
The building’s redevelopment is expected to save the agencies around $6.5 million annually in lease payments to the DC government.